The Madrasah of Granada is a Madrasah or mosque school in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was established in 1349 by the Nasrid ruler Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada. The building is right now part of the University of Granada and is the seat of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Nuestra Senora de las Angustias "Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Our Lady of Sorrows". It is situated in the city presently known as Calle Oficios. The madrasah was worked at the core of the city, close to the fundamental mosque now the site of the Granada Cathedral and the Alcaiceria, at that point the first class bazaar where silk, gold, material and other fabric were exchanged.
Ibn al-Khatib was an early understudy there; among his educators were Ibn al-Fajjar, Ibn Marzuq, and Ibn al-Hayy dialect and law; Ibn al-Hakam and the artist Ibn al-Yayyab talk; and Sheik Yahya ibn Hudayl. As was ordinary of crafted by Yusuf I, the building was astonishing, with a white marble entrance whose remaining parts are currently in the Archeological Museum of Granada. The building was initially sorted out around a pool in the inside. The veneer was enriched with engravings of verse and rationality.